When you’re taking photos of a person, its important that you don’t crop the shot at a person’s joints (wrist, elbow, knee, ankle, etc.)
Expand your photographic horizons by renting a lens you don’t own and normally don’t have access to, such as an ultra-wide-angle, fisheye, super telephoto or fast lens. Try photographing cityscapes with the wide-angle or use the super-telephoto at a nature preserve; and a fast lens can be used for practically any subject.
Take a tip from the pros and keep duplicate copies of your important photos and videos. Even better than keeping duplicates is housing one set of files in a different location.This is a smart idea to do for your printed photographs as well. How does JB Photography do it? My computer has a master and […]
This is a great assignment from my lessons in school. Beginners and Amateurs have often shot very little with film. Because a roll of 35mm film was limited to, at most, 36 shots, good photographers had to be frugal in choosing when to shoot. Digital photographers often shoot frames indiscriminately. Give yourself an assignment and […]